foreverness

noun
for·ev·er·ness | \fə-ˈre-vər-nəs, fȯ-\

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Examples of foreverness in a Sentence

some men claim that it's the alleged foreverness of marriage that makes them fear it

First Known Use of foreverness

1812, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of foreverness was in 1812

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